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  • Tuesday, February 21, 2006

    Road Trip to Land's End

    Most of you should know where London is... so let me tell you where Land's End is. Land's end is that little tip on the most bottom left of the island of Great Britain. But yeah... many of us Malaysians couldn't give a shit about UK geography, so I have included a map below.

    The brownish line is our route, and Land's End you can see.. is the very tip of the island. Going on a Road Trip means that you stop at many many places from small English fishing villages to nice coastal cities which we did but I shall only mention the few that I think are worth mentioning.

    In case you're wondering how we knew our way around the UK... thank our little GPS Navigation System that taught everything from "turn left" to even... "stop and turn around you missed the turning you sohai."

    Our first stop was Stone Henge. It is apparently the oldest structure in all Britain... and also very unimpressive simply because there was barely any REAL history behind them and also because it is just.. A PILE OF ROCKS that they call a structure.

    Yes... that's very much like me calling my own kotek EXCALIBUR and making it a tourist attraction.

    While my friends were taking pictures like the ones above... I was instead distracted by the sheep shit we were stepping on just to walk around those damn stones.

    But anyway, one day and a ferry-ride later,

    we finally reached Land's End. The view was indeed breathtaking.

    But Boss Stewie has a principle. Every time he goes somewhere... he feel the urge to claim territory the way dogs do.

    So while his friends were taking pictures of the beautiful view

    Boss Stewie was spelling out his name on the bushes with piss. (And no.. it didn't matter to that the temperature was close to 0 degrees celcius... you only get to piss on Land's End once in a lifetime).

    *The photographer of this photo was clobbered by Boss Stewie shortly after Boss Stewie emptied his chinese tea-cup sized bladder*

    On the way back to London, we stopped by The Eden Project: An admirable attempt by the UK government to give back to mother nature by preserving plants from all over the world.

    On the entire area there (I think) are six domes that house plants from all over the world including Malaysia. That's right... in one of the domes the climate was hot just like in Malaysia and walking in there was like walking into a Malaysian jungle.

    So if you think that Malaysia has the ugliest jungles ever... think again.. cuz the Brits sure love it.

    After the Eden Project we once again made our way back to London but made a quick stop at the side of a country rode in the middle of nowhere just to admire the beautiful sea view.

    Once again, Boss Stewie felt the urge to mark his territory so while his friends were taking beautiful pictures

    Boss Stewie was....

    but this time with a fellow pissing buddy...

    *Don't worry... I made my mark ON TOP of his... so that land is MINE!! MINE!!!*

    So if you ever make a road trip around the UK.

    Do look out at the bushes for the words "BOSS STEWIE WAS HERE" written in piss.
    Ahh.. a whole new era of vandalism...


    • ehh
      it is over-rated lar chapree.. trust meee

      By Blogger Boss Stewie, at February 21, 2006 4:04 AM  

    • I really hope before I die, I got to checkout Stonehenge and The Eden Project.

      By Anonymous chapree da grande, at February 21, 2006 4:06 AM  

    • Haha! Macam ni pun boleh kah? Welcome back!

      By Anonymous Jason, at February 21, 2006 4:36 AM  

    • wah nice
      lol when u said road trip, i thought u were gonna go around europe haha

      By Blogger William, at February 21, 2006 8:28 AM  

    • wah seriously ya no wonder london smells like piss. Sorry but this is a mou- the excalibur comment about stonehenge- lol, i seriously disagree. u might just have ignited the anger of some dumb old witch who put it up. hehe.

      By Blogger Yuen, at February 21, 2006 8:40 AM  

    • hey boss! welcome back !! didnt know u like to write names with ur piss.. hehe

      By Anonymous smashpOp, at February 21, 2006 9:27 AM  

    • hahahaha leng cuz london smells of piss

      By Blogger William, at February 21, 2006 9:50 AM  

    • yeah, i know it's overrated...but i want to see the stones with my own eyes. I want to see the Stonehenge Aotearoa at New Zealand too.

      Btw, you should piss your name on one of the stones. Leeennggg!

      By Anonymous chapree da grande, at February 21, 2006 3:22 PM  

    • becareful when you piss outside the freezing weather. you dowan your excalibur to get frost bite.

      By Blogger yuin, at February 21, 2006 4:53 PM  

    • yuen ai: That's the thing about stonehenge... they don't know WHO put it up and WHAT for. So there isn't much history behind it simply because... the locals don't know much about it. All they can do is guess what it was supposed to be for.

      For all we know, it could have been an old caveman's house.

      chapree: I'll keep that in mind

      yuin: Don't worry... we don't call it excalibur for nothing

      all: eh... i don't piss all around London lar... that was two years ago when I first came to London. By now someone else must've pissed over my mark

      By Blogger Boss Stewie, at February 21, 2006 5:43 PM  

    • welcome back, dude! great 2 know u've pissed over part of UK now. Shall keep the Queen posted abt this.

      By Blogger smurfette, at February 21, 2006 9:30 PM  

    • hahahah jess
      u crack me up

      By Blogger Boss Stewie, at February 21, 2006 11:25 PM  

    • How how how how howwwwwww can you say Malaysia's jungles are ugly!!

      By Blogger JustAnotherTragedy, at February 22, 2006 5:45 AM  

    • aww june.. i said "IF you think"

      By Blogger Boss Stewie, at February 22, 2006 7:10 AM  

    • Actually boss I have a hypothesis for stonehenge too(I have hypothesis for everything that is unproven)

      If you have the ability to transport the stones there, we can actually assemble it using simple engineering and common sense. I'm talking about the stone on top of those standing stones btw, as in how to get the heavy shit up there.

      Ok here goes, this is gonna be long.
      1st you start piling soil on the bottom stones so that the soil completely covers up the stone. Then apply mud and mortar and water and leave it for a while to let it harden. Push the stone u wanna put on top up the little hill of hardened soil.

      Start digging and removing the soil and voila we have stonehenge. After a few thousand years there you won't expect to see any soil left ler.

      Not a bad idea eh? doesn't require any machinery and very doable.

      btw boss this post is a MOU.

      By Blogger Boss Lepton, at February 22, 2006 9:55 AM  

    • My good friend went for a road trip with his mates in NZ. The boys were having so much booze in the van that one of them had to take a leak off the road. Unfortunately, he marked the wrong place as his territory for someone had already barricaded that area with high voltage electric fence.

      The fella was too pissed to notice the sign and pee-ed on the fence. The next thing my friend saw and heard was his friend bouncing off backwards and fell on his bum, howling in pain at the same time.

      That poor fella couldn't walk and had to be carried back to the van by the guys. He complained that his package was numb for the next several hours. I hope there would be no repercussions.

      Moral of the story: Look for signs before you pee. *grin*

      By Blogger Ianfluenza, at April 26, 2006 12:53 AM  

    • By Anonymous Anonymous, at April 24, 2007 6:55 AM  

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